Donald Trump likely to meet Macron in Davos: White House

Donald Trump likely to meet Macron in Davos: White House

Donald Trump likely to meet Macron in Davos: White House

President Donald Trump plans to bring a big delegation with him to the small Swiss ski town of Davos in two weeks, including eight Cabinet members and some of the White House's senior staff.

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin denied that the summit in Switzerland was a "hangout for globalists" and said that the Trump administration wanted to promote their economic message.

"I don't think it's a hangout for globalists", Mnuchin said at the White House daily press briefing.

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Mnuchin said Trump and his advisers will use the event to talk about Trump's "America First" agenda, adding than an "economy that's good for the good for the rest of the world". "We're thrilled that the President is coming".

The U.S. typically sends a high-ranking delegation to the meeting of government and business leaders.

Trump won the White House on a populist platform that criticized what his campaign described as a class of entrenched politicians and business executives who do not look out for the interests of working people.

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The theme of this year's Davos conference, which will take place January 23-26, is to examine the causes of and solutions for political, economic and social fractures in society.

The meeting "aims to rededicate leaders from all walks of life to developing a shared narrative to improve the state of the world", it says. "We have obviously been very clear with the Chinese on the issue that we have with the trade deficit and making sure that USA companies can compete fairly".

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